As your local Sanford, FL Chrysler dealers, we’re proud to tell you that the 2016 Chrysler 200 is an Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Pick+ award winner. The popular vehicle received this prestigious award by earning the highest mark possible in the following crash tests: small overlap front, moderate overlap front, side, roof strength, and head restraints and seats. The 2016 Chrysler 200 also had to earn above a designated minimal score for its optional front crash prevention system to be a Top Safety Pick+ winner, which it did by earning a rating of “superior” for its crash avoidance and mitigation system.
In addition to being a Top Safety Pick+ winner, the Chrysler 200 received an overall rating of five stars for its performance in crash tests conducted by the National Highway Safety Administration. Five stars is the highest rating a vehicle can get in a crash test performed by the NHTSA.
The Chrysler 200 is a five-passenger midsize sedan that is available in four trims: the LX, Limited, S, and C. The sedan’s standard safety equipment includes anti-lock brakes and traction and stability control. All trims except for the LX model also have a standard rearview camera. If you get a trim other than the base model, you can add a blind spot warning system that has a rear cross-traffic alert to your purchase or lease when you arrive at our how does homework help students with time management.
If you get the C trim, you’ll have the option of adding the SafeTec package to your purchase or lease. This options package comes with the blind spot warning system as well as a lane departure warning, lane departure intervention, a forward collision warning, and forward collision intervention with automatic brake assist.
If you want to see why the Chrysler 200 is a Top Safety Pick+ winner firsthand, visit Fields Chrysler Jeep® Dodge RAM on Towne Center Boulevard. We’ll show you everything this attractive sedan has to offer and head out for a test drive with you. Give us a call or stop by our Chrysler dealership today.